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Late Prophet Obadare’s Grave Is A Healing & Miracle Ground In Ilesha, Osun State – Family

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Late Prophet Obadare’s Grave Is A Healing & Miracle Ground In Ilesha, Osun State – Family

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August 17, 2013 – Late Prophet T.O Obadare’s Burial Ground Is A Miracle Ground & Healing Centre In Ilesha, Osun State – Family

According to a projection by Osun State Governor Rauf Aregbesola who approved a total sum of N35 million for the burial of late WOSEM Prophet T.O Obadare, the grave yard of the deceased man of God is set to become a miracle ground.

Obadare’s first son

Pastor Paul Obadare, the first son of the popular evangelist assured the public that his dad’s burial ground will become a healing center for the sick and the oppressed.

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He further said the mausoleum built by Osun’s Government in memory of his late father would perform miraculous signs and wonders as he did when he was alive.

“We are sure that papa’s grave will heal the sick and many oppressed people will receive deliverance and breakthrough for having an encounter with his grave. So, it is important to preserve such grave and that is why we appreciate the state government for deeming it fit to construct a mausoleum in his honour. The place can also be used for prayer and other spiritual activities by those who believe in the ministry of our dear Father.” – said Pastor Paul Obadare

Before his death, Prophet Obadare gave his first son, Paul a specific instruction on how and where he should be buried. He told him wherever he died, his corpse should be buried in his hometown in Ilesha, Osun State.

Hear Pastor Paul as he narrates what his father told him before breathing his last breath:

“I was privileged to have an interaction with Papa before he died. I moved close to him and he told me so many things as if he had known that he would die. One of the things he told me was that we should ensure that we bring him back to Ilesa whenever he dies and his remains should be buried inside his church in Ilesa, his home town.

“Papa told me that I should tell the family that he insisted that his body be brought to Ilesa whenever he goes to be with his Lord and saviour. He maintained that he would want to be buried in Ilesa and that is why we have all agreed that he should be brought to Ilesa, even though he spent better part of his life and ministry in Akure, Ondo state, where we have headquarters of the church. Today papa was not just an indigene of a particular place but an international man with reputable achievements spread across various areas of human endeavours.”

 “The late Apostle Obadare was a fervent man of God, and there was no dull moment with him. Every time you had with him was always very interesting and exciting. He will be greatly missed by those who knew him, especially those of us who are his biological children and several other spiritual children in various parts of the world.”

“He was a soul that represented so many things to us as a family and even he represented so many things to the body of Christ on earth. The Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) would miss papa, so also many individuals and organizations would miss him.”

Obadare’s burial will take place today in Ilesha Osun state.

One of his favourite quotes that can never leave my memory is:

Ogo ni fun Olorun ni oke orun; mo tun wi leekan si pe, ogo ni fun Olodumare.

May his soul rest in eternal peace.



  1. Murano

    August 17, 2013 at 6:01 AM

    Goodbye BABA, rest in the bossom of the almighty God,we will all miss you our daddy,prophet,mentor,spiritual adviser and Gods’ sent deliverer.

  2. chapatti

    August 17, 2013 at 7:21 AM

    The power of miracle, does not lay in d grave o. Jesus is d author of our miracle.

  3. segun chesko

    August 17, 2013 at 9:05 AM

    papa Rest In Peace

  4. david Tobi

    August 17, 2013 at 9:11 AM

    Papa Obadare in his days was a great instrument of GOD in his time and I pray the good lord be with his children but biological and otherwise. However, it would be wrong for us to presume that his grave would be an healing sight because it seems like ( from this article) that we intend worshipping and reverencing the created rather than the creator..
    GOD help us all and I pray at the end of our journey on earth, heaven becomes our home..

  5. atinukeobas

    August 17, 2013 at 10:58 AM

    I saw u last when i was 13yrs, u visited my home town in ondo for a powerful healing & miracle ministration, which is stil very fresh in my memory. Adieu papa. May ur soul rest in perfect peace amen.

  6. modupeolayelemi

    August 17, 2013 at 11:19 AM

    sometimes, i wondered why the necessity is left unattended to first? when the man was alive, was he accorded with such importance as this? yet so much money was spent to to celebrate his death…Baba, may your soul in perfect peace.Amen.

  7. olusinde

    August 17, 2013 at 11:22 AM

    Mis u father.may ur death bring God’s blessing into my life in jesus name.amen.


    August 17, 2013 at 12:07 PM


  9. Peejy

    August 17, 2013 at 1:16 PM

    Indeed Papa;Ogo ni fun OLORUN ni oke orun….Weldone Beloved of GOD….Sleep on until the Ressurection morning…..You have fought the good fight..March on to receive those ever shining crowns…Apostle igbanni ti ko lepa ohun ti aye,inu eniti EMI awon wolii gangan ngbe….Rest In Perfect Peace BABA.

  10. Olaiya kehinde

    August 17, 2013 at 1:28 PM

    Baba we missed u,u ar d hero of our time.adiu baba.

  11. Book of Life

    August 17, 2013 at 1:33 PM

    May his soul rest in perfect peace

  12. mgbanwa oluchi m

    August 17, 2013 at 2:13 PM

    Baba u cease but ur ministry did not cease, u sleep but u die not an u re also livin may your soul rest in perfect pease. Amen.

  13. mgbanwa oluchi m

    August 17, 2013 at 2:18 PM

    Baba atuni sile baba oninu rere okan gbogi ninu ise iranse ihinrere baba oni isoji ati oni iwaasu agbaye maa sun lo laya jesu titi di ojo ajinde.
    Sibe sibe ogo ni fun olorun to fifun wa to tun gbaa pada.

  14. folakemi

    August 17, 2013 at 4:07 PM

    Papa,good night,ipade dese Jesu ati pe ise rere yin yoo ma to yin leyin

  15. folakemi

    August 17, 2013 at 4:12 PM


  16. nice

    August 17, 2013 at 5:44 PM

    am sitting her wondering what happened to the saying let the dead bury the dead,May his rest in peace. Anyway my frustration is towards the Nigerian government budgeting N35 million going towards a funeral.What kind of rubbish is this, how can someone that has a heart bring out N35 million to bury someone that is already dead, someone that will not even know if they wrapped him in a piece of rag and but him in the ground. Nigerians, we will not cease to amaze each other. GOV RAUF, is it that you are a retard or an idiot? most likely you are that is why you opened that no educated mouth of yours to say you will budget N35 million which belongs to the people of Ogun state to bury someone, or is that ure indirect way of covering up stealing the people money.USE THAT N35 MILLION TO FEED THE KIDS, US IT TOWARDS BUILDING BETTER HOSPITALS IN YOU STATE, USE IT TOWARDS BETTER ROADS, OR YOU WANT ME TO KEEP GOING ON WHAT IT SHOULD BE USED FOR THAT. HABA ENOUGH IS ENOUGH, NIGERIAN YOUTHS ITS TIME FOR US TO RISE UP AND DO SOMETHING ABOUT OUR CORRUPT LEADERS OH. ENOUGH WITH THE TALK, COMMON PEOPLE ITS ABOUT TIME THEY SEE SOME KIND OF ACTION.

  17. bezo

    August 17, 2013 at 6:49 PM

    Hahaha how dead body wan take heal person again, abi he wan rise up again, na wa oo, that moni wen dey use for the funeral abeg take help children 4 street, after all the children don already get. And pple are out there searching for daily bread

  18. Aji

    August 18, 2013 at 11:33 AM

    B-)RIP. Whoever has died has gone forever the remains will only be food for bacteria and it likes. Grave can never be healing place for the sick rather Nigerians should be cautious as jinns and demonic spirit can take up the grave and you will think it’s miracle. The deads can’t talk and are powerless. Fellow Nigerians, it is with outmost clear mind I’m saying this don’t be fooled. AND FOR THE OSUN STATE GOVT GIVING MONEY OUT FOR HIS BURIAL IS NOT CONDEMNABLE BUT THE AMT IS TOO MUCH FOR THOSE WHO ARE HIS PALS.Grave can’t be healing centres.

  19. U6me2

    August 18, 2013 at 2:41 PM

    Good word from nice but lack presentation and addresses. Why can’t the money be used for infrastructure facilities. It is good to donate but that is hug amount of money and it shouldn’t be made publicly. About is burial ground, it is only when you lose faith in God then you will never be heal by it. Why don’t we all go to jerusalem where Jesus was bury before we received healines

  20. Abdulmumin

    August 18, 2013 at 2:45 PM

    Haba! It is unfair, how can a state government okays N35m for a dead body when a millions of nigeria is suffering from diffent calamities. When it comes to religious matter, it is a greatest sin to be turning a grave to a miracle and healing center, Osun gov you better repent before you die and always remenber dat we shall all account for any resources in our possession before the God in d day of resurrection. So beware of ur spending. May Allah guide us tru.

  21. cute

    August 19, 2013 at 8:48 AM

    baba will all miss u may ur soul rest in peace sir…..still love u

  22. abimbola

    August 20, 2013 at 10:26 AM

    Ogo ni fun Olorun loke orun . Halleluyah. Sleep well PAPA.

  23. ayo

    August 20, 2013 at 11:36 AM

    baba will miss u may your rest in peace


    August 20, 2013 at 6:26 PM

    OGO NI FUN OLORUN LOKE ORUN. Papa, sleep well. We love you


    August 23, 2013 at 9:42 AM

    PAPA,We will forever have you in our heart and mind. Even we your children outside home will miss you. I Love you sir, May your soul rest in Perfect PEACE…

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